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Memory type for DFI LanPary NFII Ultra B Motherboard

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Mike, Dec 18, 2003.

  1. Mike

    Mike Guest

    I'm thinking of getting a DFI Lan Party NFII Ultra B motherboard,
    but have never built my own computer before. How do I know what
    memory to get? I was thinking of getting DDR PC3200 ram, as the mobo
    supports it, but when I go to crucial there are three kinds of DDR
    PC3200 ram, and I don't know which to get. The only differences I can
    see are one is unbuffered, non-parity, one is unbuffered, and the
    other is registered. And the prices get increasingly higher! How do
    I know which to get?

    Thanks for your time,
    Mike, Dec 18, 2003
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  2. Mike

    dustymugs Guest


    In all honesty any of them will work on that motherboard. My only
    advice is to stay away from the ECC and registered DDR ram. Why?
    Cause you definitely don't need them, unless you're running a mid to
    high range server.

    As for specific specs, at least look for the following:

    1. The ram should NOT be ECC, or error checking
    2. The ram should NOT be registered, ie it should be called
    3. The lower the CAS Latency, the better -- the lower the value, the
    better with 2 being the best

    Thats it, heres a specific part # of a corsair that you could look
    for: CT3264Z40B

    That part is Non-ECC, unbuffered and has a CAS Latency of 3.

    Good luck,
    dustymugs, Dec 18, 2003
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